Microsoft has finally completed the testing of the microcode updates on Windows 10 and today the company has released the Intel firmware update to all supported devices.
Whenever systems running an Intel SSD install the new Windows 10 April 2018 Update their machines crash.
KB4100347 contains additional CPU microcode updates for Intel processors. Microsoft has yet to publish a blog post to announce what's new in this release, so in the meantime you may want to keep an eye on the Windows Insider blog for more details. Users on Android can apparently already share content from their Android devices to Windows 10 PC. The ability to share content between Android / iOS devices and Windows 10 devices, however, doesn't come as a surprise since Microsoft had hinted during the internal testing phase at the end of the past year that it will be extended to mobile operating systems.
All three updates are available via Windows' automatic update installer or as separate update packages via the Microsoft Update Catalog portal.
Microsoft is aware that some customers have reported that network drivers are intentionally uninstalled, then fail to reinstall after applying the May 8, 2018 update.
You'll then need to block Windows Update so as to avoid getting the patches again.
On the Microsoft Answers forum, "Microsoft Agent" Lonnie_L posted an update explaining that the Windows 10 April Update isn't playing nice with Toshiba SSDs.
Ever since Intel disclosed the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, Microsoft and Intel together rolled out several updates to mitigate them.